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These New M&Ms Taste Exactly like Butterbeer

These New M&Ms Taste Exactly like Butterbeer

Mars, Inc. just released butterscotch M&Ms and fans claim they taste like butterbeer from Harry Potter

Does M&M secretly stand for the Ministry of Magic?

Quirky-flavored M&Ms are becoming almost as ubiquitous these days as bizarre Oreo varieties. But the newest M&M flavor to hit the stands is butterscotch — or, since it’s a Halloween-themed candy, White Chocolate BOO-tterscotch.Although butterscotch candies might bring to mind memories of visits with Grandma, people are already obsessed with this new M&M variety because it apparently tastes just like butterbeer from Harry Potter.

That’s right: Mars, Inc. thought they were just making a simple, festive, October-themed candy, but it turns out that they shook the Harry Potter fandom to its wand core. This is the most exciting candy-related news in the wizarding world since we were introduced to the fairly disgusting Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Beans.

Target will have Butterbeer (okay. Butterscotch. Whatever.) M&Ms exclusively this Fall. So at what point do I sell my soul to Target?

— Carrie Srebro (@corbers) August 13, 2016

I need the 'Butterbeer' M&Ms. I need them. Well, I want them. I really shouldn't eat them. But I probably will. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

— Alexandra Celine (@ACKoch105) August 12, 2016

The new M&Ms will be sold exclusively at Target this fall, just in time for Halloween.


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


Healthy Vegan M&Ms

These homemade M&Ms are simple to make and magically delicious.

Try stirring them into my Chickpea Cookie Dough Dip… to turn it into monster cookie dough dip!

What Can You Do With Them?

The recipe can be vegan, paleo, and gluten free. For keto M&Ms, simply use a keto-approved sweetener as your sugar of choice.

Seriously, how adorable are they?

So as not to mislead: These aren’t meant to be an exact copycat in taste and texture of the M&Ms you can buy at the store, because achieving the hard candy shell requires a sugar panning machine, and those machines can range anywhere from five hundred to thousands of dollars.

You’d have to be really serious about candy-making!

If you do want healthy M&Ms that exactly mimic the ones you remember from childhood, there are a few brands from which to choose, including Little Secrets, Unreal, and No Whey Foods. Not exactly sure you can call any of them “healthy” but they are definitely healthier than the original—with no corn syrup and colored using natural ingredients such as turmeric, beet juice, spirulina, and cabbage. (All three of the brands offer vegan options.)

Or make these vegan M&Ms at home and don’t worry that they’re not exactly the same as store-bought… because they are so good in their own right!

Comprised of wholesome ingredients, these M&Ms are even great for breakfast. Try them as a fun addition to Overnight Oats or Chia Pudding.

Do You Need To Use Food Coloring?

One option is to go the traditional route and use food coloring, such as this Watkins Natural Food Coloring.

Or you can color the candies naturally, using turmeric for yellow, beet juice or acai powder for pink and red, spirulina for green, and blue spirulina for blue. Simply stir the natural colors into the candy coating, adding more as needed until you achieve the desired colors.

I definitely think this DIY way is more fun, and it also gives you full control over the ingredients and enables you to keep the recipe free of harmful chemicals and food dyes. But I also know that not a lot of people have things like Blue Spirulina lying around, so it does take more funds and more planning in advance to assemble all ingredients for rainbow M&Ms.

If you prefer, you absolutely can keep the candies plain. While the bright colors are of course more fun, taste-wise they are just as delicious if you wish to skip that step and not color the M&Ms. Or if you’d prefer to skip the candy coating entirely and just coat them in melted chocolate instead, that is totally fine too!


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